We went on the late side on a Sunday night, so it was not too full, and everything we had was just delicious. The lamb gyro was to die for - the lamb was so tender and all of the flavors were just perfect, plus the bread was not too thick, so I was actually able to eat almost the whole thing, even though it was HUGE! My husband had the lamb baked in lemon and herbs and loved it - again, the lamb was falling off the bone it was so tender and juicy. The Greek salads served with the team were very fresh and tasty, except on top of the gyro I couldn't manage more than a few bites. We did, however, manage some room for dessert and I have to say the baklava was probably the best we've ever had. Slightly different than most bakalava, it was dripping with honey, and more like a cinnamon roll with filo dough, which I adored. Seriously delicious. This place is pretty unassuming and nothing fancy, but it's charming, the service was friendly, and the food was top notch. We were there on a chilly night, but clearly on a nice day you'd want to be on the patio with a stellar view of Table Mountain. I'd definitely come back for another gyro and some more baklava!
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